Posts Tagged ‘Nse Ikpe-Etim’


Don’t we all just love Christian movies and all the hidden (and sometimes not-so-hidden) morals that it tries to teach us after every other scene. It should make it harder to review the movies, I think. You know, because ...

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Purple Rose

It takes a great filmmaker to bring together a group of average actors and an overly done storyline and present it in a way that leaves the audience in awe. Purple Rose is the story of Annette, played flawlessly by the exquisit...

Black November

Black November

We hold these truths to be self evident that Black November strikes immediately as an emotionally compelling story that brings to the forefront a highly relevant political issue - the struggle in the Niger Delta. There is no ro...

pretty liars

Pretty Liars

After the disappointment of recent movies releases, this movie is a cool balm for any disappointed Nollywood fans. It’s funny, very interesting and definitely puts a shiny beautiful gloss on an old played out trope. The old c...

Phone Swap

Phone Swap

The movie starts off with Akin - played so convincingly well by Wale Ojo - a tireless and ruthless business man attempting to scale the ladders of corporate success whilst being non-challant of all the little people he might pu...

Devil in the Detail

Devil In The Detail

Maybe we as an audience – or the majority of us – are really cliched and not very forward minded. Maybe we like the same kind of entertainment. Maybe some works are too forward thinking for us. Maybe we are pulling ...



Broken tells the story of a woman who is reunited with children she had long abandoned. It’s a foray into arguably new territory concept wise, but definitely original in presentation and set-up. The idea behind the movie ...



Whilst reading the script of this movie, I had great expectations. I had a list of expectations that probably included words like sophistication, grandeur, mind-blowing, pace-setting and the likes. And after actually having see...

Journey to Self

Journey to Self

The promos for Journey to Self were amazing. It had 5 beautiful women on the cover staring intently at me and it just screamed deep learned words like: ‘forward-thinking’, ‘revolutionary’ and the ever el...


The Meeting

Clara Ikemba steals the show in Mildred Okwo's latest offering, the Meeting; a satirical representations of the daily drama in a Nigerian Minister's office that has the audience asking along with the characters "but how can a c...